“The Hunger Games” becomes a family affair
Natalie Rutledge, shown with sons John Harris, 4, and Will, 11. She and Will both are reading “The Hunger Games” on their tablet devices. On a sunny afternoon this week, after school and before basketball practice, 11-year-old Will Rutledge was nestled on the couch engrossed in “The Hunger Games.” So was his mom, Natalie Rutledge, who sat reading on the couch beside him. “Other books? I would rather play Xbox or watch TV or do anything else,” Will said. Not so with Suzanne Collins’ young adult bestseller that spawned the movie coming out Friday. Once he cracked it (or… >>
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